|Betty Boop:Any Rags? (1932) - Fleischer Studios|
Betty Boop Any Rags? (1932). Betty's voice is provided by Mae Questel. Any Rags, though her look & in general her character was now set. She'd truly & officially be called Betty Boop soon in that same year in Boop-oop-a-doop (1932).
Keywords: Betty Boop; Cartoon; humor; Fleischer Studios; 1932; Any Rags?
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|Betty Boop: Boop Oop a Doop (1932) - Fleischer Studios|
Betty Boop in Boop Oop a Doop (1932). voice by Little Ann Little or either Margie Hines who knows they all sound alike, the typical Helen Kane impersonation. Betty's a circus headliner in Boop-oop-a-doop. Betty can be seen on horseback. Betty then star's as a liontamer & a highwire walker. Upon the highwire, Betty sings a jazz number, "Do Something, Boop-oop-a-doop," which had been a hit song for Helen Kane in 1929; Betty, of course, was based on flapper ragtime singer Helen Kane.
Keywords: Betty Boop; Cartoon; humor; Fleischer Studios; 1932; Boop Oop a Doop; Little Ann Little; Margie Hines; Do Something; Helen Kane
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|The Farmerette (1932) - Van Beuren Studios|
The Farmerette (1932). Features a cat by the name of Miss Kitty who also appeared in other various van beuren cartoons. Miss Kitty tries to motivate the lazy farm animals back into shape. Miss Kitty is also copying Max fleischer's Betty Boop. Miss Kittys voice is provided by Margie Hines who also voiced Betty Boop. Uploaded by BoopBoopaddoop. Directors: Harry Bailey, John Foster Stars: Margie Hines
Keywords: Van Beuren Studios; The Farmerette; Miss Kitty; 1932; Cute; Betty Boop; Harry Bailey; John Foster; Margie Hines; Aesop Fables; Cartoon; Animation
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